Tulanda Brown, a project manager with Fluor-B&W Portsmouth LLC, discussed “Working in the Nuclear Field” during the recent installment of the “Conversation with Successful Women Series” at OU-C. The series allows individuals who have attained particular career success to share their experiences and insights with OU-C students and area residents. The series is sponsored by the Ohio University-Chillicothe Giving Circle.
Brown is a professional nuclear and systems safety engineer with more than 15 years of experience at various Department of Energy (DOE) facilities. She is a published expert in nuclear safety regulation development and implementation, as well as ensuring environmental, safety and health controls for facilities undergoing decontamination, decommissioning and environmental restoration. She has been responsible for remediation of more than 148 waste sites.
Brown earned a 2006 Black Engineer of the Year Award and eight DOE Special Act Awards.